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      08-30-2012, 11:57 PM   #9
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Well went with the Potenza S-04's. $100 less than the PSS's at Americas Tire/Discount Tire and they bought my RFT's for $200.

Should have them on in a week or so... I'll post a review once I have some impressions and a few hundred miles on the tires.
I am really impressed with the S-04's. One of my major concerns was missing the crisp turn in on the RFT's. Honestly, the difference is so minimal I think going with the S-04's with a stiffer sidewall was the way to go.

- Cornering response is almost comparable to my Dunlop SP Sport RFT's
- The ride is forgiving over street imperfections, no more jolts!
- Grip is impressive, but I am sure it will only get better (only 150 miles so far)
- No clearance issues with the CS7's and 255's with a 1" drop (fender rolled just in case)

So far, no regrets. We will see about tread wear and post break in results.
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